A train journey unravels the experiences of migrant workers in Kerala.
The role of social media in the recent elections to the Kerala Legislative Assembly reveals a shift from locally produced, circulated and controlled communication flows to global digital networks.
The life and work of Kalabhavan Mani, the Malayalam actor who passed away recently, reminds us how film narratives are far too bound by upper-caste, middle-class desires, dreams and biases.
The 46th International Film Festival of India, held in Goa from 20th to 30th November, revealed disturbing trends of tyranny, intolerance and commercialisation.
Through the nationalisation of tele-serials via dubbed big-budget Hindi productions, local narratives in Indian television have been essentially muted.
Thinker, video artist, writer and activist, Harun Farocki will live on in the radical documentary films and video installations that marked his oeuvre.
The Indian cinema industry functions within a territoriality that sometimes overlaps political and linguistic lines, but most often merges, splinters or transgresses them.
Cine-Politics: Film Stars and Political Existence in South India by M Madhava Prasad (Hyderabad: Orient Blackswan), 2013; pp 224, Rs 625 (hardback).
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